The talent competition was on the hunt for the world’s best magician, with the winner walking away with not only the title but also a £50,000 cash prize.
Rather than singing for their supper, these contestants were, you guessed it, using their magic.
Britain’s Got Talent: The Ultimate Magician saw 10 budding magicians from across the globe battle it out, for the shared goal of showing off their awe-inspiring tricks in the hopes of taking home the title of world champion.
Who were the judges?
They were joined by the Las Vegas icon Penn Jillette, famed as being the other half of the magic duo Penn and Teller.
What was the line-up for Britain’s Got Talent: The Ultimate Magician?
Acts gunning for the top magician prize included one simply called Tony, as well as:
After all the acts had performed, rather than the judges making the final call, audience members had the power seat.
The three final acts included The Witch, Magic Bones, and Eric Chien, with host Stephen Mulhern announcing The Witch taking third place.
Who was crowned the ultimate magician?
The final winner between Eric and Magic Bones was revealed by Mulhern, announcing Eric the ultimate winner.
Visibly shocked, Eric admitted he was “still shaking” and was just glad to be back out on stage doing magic and performing again following the Covid pandemic.
Viewers were also quick to comment on his triumphant win, with one writing on Twitter: “Happy for Eric but, for what it’s worth, Colin was my favourite by far.
When was Britain’s Got Talent: The Ultimate Magician and how to watch it
The one-time-only special aired on December 18 on ITV.
The two-hour extravaganza is now available on catch-up via ITV X.